To update something using the server change it’s property:
e.g. from bokeh.layouts import row row_1 = row(children=[hist1, hist2]) Then later row_1.children = [hist_1_new, hist_2_new] However, I believe there's a bug where you can't update nested
children. So in your case of a column of rows, you may have a
It works in the notebook because it's completely re-rendering the
whole thing I believe.
On 8/8/16 2:16 PM,
I am writing a program which visualizes a set of histograms
on bokeh and updates them in real time. I want to be able to
add/take away variables from the program which will cause
either additional histograms to appear or existing histograms
I’ve got the first part running using the command
session = push_session(curdoc())
to set up the server document and
which causes the histograms to show up on a browser window.
As I update the data to the histograms they display on the
browser as I expected. However, when a new variable is
instantiated in the program and I need a new histogram to be
displayed. I’ve set the program to clear the display and show
the figures again so it calls
However, this doesn't seem to work. It works on the
notebook if I use output_notebook and push_notebook() but
doesn’t work on the server. Can anyone tell me what I’m doing
wrong or give me an alternative way to do this?
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